ACL Ruptures (Anterior Cruciate Ligament)

ACL ruptures

‘You’ve torn your anterior cruciate ligament’ Not a sentence any of us would like to hear. But unfortunately with knee trauma including twisting injuries, the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) can become overstretched, partially tear or even fully rupture. The Anatomy The ACL is one of the structures which holds your knee in place. It stops […] Read More

Shoulder Pain and Exercise

Physiotherapy for Shoulders There is growing evidence that physiotherapy exercises and treatment can be just as effective as surgery for a number of shoulder conditions including the infamous: Subacromial Impingement Syndrome As well as partial rotator cuff thickness tears! The articles highlighted reveal that impingement pain and tendon tears which occur without obvious trauma will respond […] Read More